Corsair Vengeance M65 FPS Laser Gaming Mouse Review

Others/Mice & Keyboards by stefan @ 2013-03-25

Corsair has refreshed its performance peripherals series with the new M65 and M95 mice, which sport updated laser sensors, but also have introduced new colors to the mix. While the Gunmetal Black and Military Green versions sport a rubberized surface, the Arctic White variant comes with a glossy finish, so users have more choices to choose from compared to the previous iterations.

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A Closer Look Contd.

On the back we have a grey Corsair logo and in the same area we can see freely the bottom unibody aluminum chassis to which all plastic components are connected (top and laterals):







On the left side of the mouse we can see a red “Sniper” button, which helps us aim much easier, along with two extra buttons; the laterals aren’t glossy but sport a rough plastic texture, for gaining a better grip. Something similar we have found at the ROCCAT Savu:




The right side does not come with extra programmable buttons, but it has the same grippy texture:




On the front side of the mouse we can see the rest of the aluminum chassis, along with the High-Mass Scroll Wheel made from solid metal:




By turning the mouse on the back, we will take a look at the brushed aluminum chassis, which comes with PTFE Glide Pads in the corners, for achieving as low friction as possible with the contact surface. Also here we will see 3 circular compartments:




The circular compartments can be easily opened with a coin and will reveal a small weight:





These weights can be either used or removed, depending on our preferences:




As the older generation, the cable is fully braided for durability:




The USB connector comes in a blue color, with the Corsair branding:




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